Poetry chapbook, 40 pages, cover price $7
Release date: 2005
Poetry, 40 pages This title was selected for publication as a result of finishing as a runner up in the 2004 MSR Chapbook Contest and will be available for sale by February 15.
About The Author
Elizabeth Weber holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Montana and a PhD in English and Creative Writing from SUNY, Binghamton. Her collection of poems, Small Mercies, was published by Owl Creek Press. Her poems have appeared in such literary magazines as Calyx, Ascent, Verse, The Florida Review, The Graham House Review, WLA: War, Literature and the Arts, Kalliope as well as others. Her poems appear in the following anthologies: Where We Are: The Montana Poets Anthology; Rain in the Forest, Light in the Trees: Contemporary Poetry from the Northwest; Women and Aging; Common Ground: A Gathering of Poets from the 1986 Marshall Festival; What’s A Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Relationship Like This; and I Am Becoming the Woman I’ve Wanted. Her essays have been published in The Montana Magazine, The Human Tradition and the Vietnam War, and Urban Tapestries, as well as other magazines and anthologies. She served on the editorial staff for CutBank and Prairie Schooner, and was co-editor of an anthology of poetry by Montana school children, Now I Become. Presently she is an associate professor of English at the University of Indianapolis where she teaches creative writing and directs the Kellogg Writers Series.